MIT’s Leaders for Global Operations (LGO) Dual Degree Program

Leverage the tools you gain in our MBA/MS from the Sloan School of Management and School of Engineering at MIT to become an innovative business leader with the technical skills to implement complex operations and technology solutions.

45-50
LGO class size each year
100%
of LGO students receive a fellowship
2.5
average job offers by graduation
1,300+
alumni around the world

Become a leader who implements solutions with ingenuity from two top-ranked schools

MIT School of Engineering

Culture of Innovation

LGOs join an extensive and collaborative community with the next generation of engineering leaders to solve global problems that serve society.

Fields of Engineering

Mens et Manus

MIT’s hands-on learning philosophy is built into your program experience with a guaranteed 6-month research internship for every student at one of our 20+ partner companies.

MIT Sloan School of Management

Mission Driven

MIT Sloan School of Management develops principled, innovative leaders who improve the world through creating dynamic business solutions.

Program Flexibility

LGOs are fully integrated into Sloan’s 1-semester business core listed below, and can then build their own blend of business and engineering courses

  • Economic Analysis for Business Decisions
  • Communication for Leaders
  • Organizational Processes
  • Financial Accounting

Action Learning

MIT Sloan’s Action Learning Labs provide opportunities to tackle actual business problems in collaboration with companies, using the real world setting as practice.

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October 7, 2020 07:05 AM
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Ladies and gentlemen, fasten your seat belts and remain calm! Season 3 Episode 1 of the LGO Playbook Podcast will be released this Saturday, October 10th. Arnold Barnett shares his perspective as a professor 👨🏼‍🏫, airline industry expert ✈️, and all-around probabilist 📈 as the world navigates the COVID-19 pandemic. He currently teaches courses on probability and the airline industry at MIT's Sloan School of Management. 🎧 Stay tuned and check out past episodes on the LGO Blog, link in the bio.
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